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When I started college, I was just like any other normal student. My only real concerns were my classes and my part-time job; everything else I did was for fun.
I learned a lot during my freshman year, though, and as I learned I began to focus on more productive things.
Here’s a collection of college tips and bits of info that helped me out a lot.
There you have it – the answers to life, the universe, and everything – or maybe just to making freshman year the best it can be.
If you’re here looking for tips on how to start the new semester as prepared as possible, you might also find this video useful:
If you found this article useful and you’d like to get even more tips – specifically about studying and getting better grades – I think you’ll enjoy my free 100+ page book called 10 Steps to Earning Awesome Grades (While Studying Less).
The book covers topics like:
…and several more. It also has a lot of recommendations for tools and other resources that can make your studying easier.
If you’d like a free copy of the book, let me know where I should send it:
I’ll also keep you updated about new posts and videos that come out on this blog (they’ll be just as good as this one or better) 🙂
Here are a few more articles you might find useful after reading this one:
You also might enjoy the College Info Geek channel on YouTube, which has new videos on studying and learning each week. Good luck out there!
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